A recent DNA analysis shows that a skeleton found in a famous Viking grace belonged to a female warrior.
Researchers at Human Longevity have developed technology that can generate images of individuals face using only their genetic information. But not all are convinced.
A new study shows that most people are surprisingly ambivalent about their decision to break up with their partner — even right before they do it.
A new study from researchers in China and the Netherlands suggests that wealthy people are considerably more offended by unfairness in economic situations.
We compiled a list of seven of the greatest public speakers of all time, people who forever changed the course of history with their words.
Scientists have developed an algorithm that reliably detects the signs of Alzheimer’s dementia before its onset.
Hitler is commonly thought to have been an atheist, a claim that's often used in debates about the perils of atheistic belief on a mass scale. But was he?
Hans Monderman believed that societies could make roads safer by making drivers more uncertain, and therefore alert.
A new study shows that people who avoid negative emotion tend to be worse off psychologically, while those who accept bad feelings report higher well-being.
New research brings nuance to the concept of being nice by illuminating the personality traits that underlie it, dividing the quality into two related but distinct components.